RN Care and Support For You and Your Baby
Bringing home a preterm baby, experiencing a difficult labor or struggles with postpartum depression can make the transition to home much more stressful than you may have originally anticipated. What makes Boston Baby Nurse and Nanny’s RN Services unique is that our team of registered nurses are not only equipped and trained to care for your baby, but also care for you.
Having a seasoned and trained medical professional by your side as you bring your baby home is priceless. Whether you are seeking a nurse’s eye and expertise when caring for your baby, lactation support, daytime or overnight care, our team is there to support you physically, emotionally and medically.
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Newborn Care Specialist Vs Registered Nurse
Newborn Care Specialists are trained professionals who have completed a Newborn Care course that aligns with the practices of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Newborn Care Specialists are also CPR certified and support your baby in establishing safe and healthy sleep habits.
Our team of Registered Nurses have completed an accredited Nursing college degree and have successfully passed their boards. With this background in medicine, our team of nurses is able to provide specialized care for your family, whether it be for your little one or you. Our team of Registered Nurses receives extensive training in caring for premies, newborns with additional oxygen needs, newborns who have Nasogastric and Gastric tubes, cardiac conditions requiring monitoring, birth injuries, cleft lips and palates, and much more!
Once your baby has reached a point in which they do not require supplemental oxygen, electronic monitoring and advanced tubes and lines have been removed, we begin a seamless transition of care from the Registered Nurse to the Newborn Care Specialist. During this transition, the Registered Nurse and Newborn Care Specialist work together to establish goals and create a plan for your baby. During the time that your baby spends with the Newborn Care Specialist, they remain in contact with the Nurse, which allows there to be continuous communication which improves your baby’s transition from one caregiver to another.
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Olivia was an invaluable resource for us in the weeks after my son’s birth. He had a difficult time latching, which caused me significant pain. We spoke to three different lactation consultants before meeting with Olivia. Olivia was the first to offer a home visit. She was prompt, friendly, warm, reassuring, and full of expert advice. She did a more thorough exam of my son’s mouth than any of our other lactation consultants, thereby discovering a tongue tie that was later confirmed and treated by a specialist surgeon. Olivia was also the first person to tell me about different brands of breast pump flanges, which greatly improved my pumping experience. Her approach is clearly mother-centered as well as baby-centered; she was tremendously validating and compassionate during a time when I was second-guessing everything, and for that I will be forever grateful. I could not recommend Olivia’s services more highly!